The Waverley Route was the North British Railway’s line between Edinburgh & Carlisle, through the Scottish Borders.
The Cape Wrath Trail is a long-distance walk from Fort William to the most north-western point of mainland Britain, Cape Wrath.
Melrose is an area steeped in history that’s been inhabited for thousands of years, and it’s there in the Tweed Valley where you’ll find Melrose Abbey, one of the most famous ruins in Scotland.
St. Ronan’s Wells is a pavilion overlooking the Leithen valley, originally constructed by the Earl of Traquair as a retreat for visitors to the spa
Smoo Cave is fully accessible 365 days a year public access with a walkway into the waterfall chamber, free of charge.
This post is a guide to things you can do in Melrose – a great hub to explore the Scottish Borders from
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